I've just started the process of analyzing the NORMA-to-VS2010 port, which means I have the 2010 product and SDK installed and have begun analyzing the changes. It looks like the existing build process for compiling the VS2005/VS008 products using the same project files will continue to hold with minimal changes for VS2010, so that part of the port should be straight forward. However, there are significantly more changes between the DSL code generators (and possibly the runtime, more investigation is required) for 08/10 than there were for 05/08. This means that I might have to conditionally or alternately compile the DSL-generated pieces, which might take a while (I need to consider code generated by ~25 .dsl model files in numerous projects). A 'breaking changes document' referenced in the dsl readme is nowhere to be found, so I'm sleuthing on my own.
It will take me at least another day of work to get the initial automated build environment and custom build tools in place for 2010, analyze the dsl and visual studio SDK changes, and attempt an initial compile/port of the main project. I honestly won't have any idea until that point what I'm up against. If there are no major issues, then I'm looking at 2 or 3 days total to put new project file wrappers/build processes/setup files/etc in place. If things go really haywire then it could be two weeks of work, which I can't do immediately.
If this isn't done by the end of the month, then I'll at least be able to provide a more accurate estimate of when the work will be completed. Definitely by the time VS2010 ships.
So, please be patient, I'm working on it, and it will be done between now and the VS2010 ship date.